The Best Tweets About Prince Harry and Meghan Marke's Announcement

The Best Tweets About Prince Harry and Meghan Marke's Announcement

We wish you the best, Harry and Meghan!

Madame Tussauds waxwork museum has removed the figures of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan from its British royal family display, in response to the couple's announcement that they will be stepping back from royal duties. But the USA television star said she "naively" dismissed the warnings, because as an American she didn't understand how the British press worked. "Not many people have asked if I'm okay", she told a reporter for the British broadcaster ITV in October, fighting back tears.

Last year, Harry and his wife split from the Royal Foundation, a charity set up in 2009 by Harry and his brother, Prince William, that supports veterans, environmental conservation and mental health issues.

Britain's media didn't like it either, lambasting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in articles, columns and editorials Thursday that expressed everything from disappointment to fury.

"LMMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOO MY LOVE FOR YOU IS SO REAL!" wrote Taraji P. Henson and Rosie O'Donnell added, "u will always be royal to me". He is sixth in line, behind his father Prince Charles, his older brother Prince William and William's three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

When it comes to the royal family right now, all eyes are on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry following their bombshell announcement.

Paul Connew, a former editor of the Sunday Mirror, told the ABC the decision to reportedly not inform other members of the Royal family of their move showed "a certain degree of arrogance and self-obsession". Who has an uncle who has been accused of sexual misconduct with at least one woman who says she was trafficked to him when she was underage. TMZ reports that Meghan and Harry were told by Queen Elizabeth II to hold off their announcement until after Kate's birthday, but chose not to.

The Buckingham Palace responded with a statement later saying discussions with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex "are at an early stage" and "these are complicated issues that will take time to work through".

It's also possible that the queen might give them an ultimatum.

While Berthelsen said he doesn't know where the couple plans to make their primary residence, he said it's clear they want to spend more time away from the United Kingdom.

Guardian columnist and feature writer Hadley Freeman said the right-wing press and the Royal family itself had left the couple "no choice".

Notably, Harry and Markle's itineraries will no longer be made public through the "royal rota" system.

"William was blindsided by Harry and Meghan's decision and statement", according to Us Weekly.

They said in the future they would "engage with grassroots media organizations and young, up-and-coming journalists".

Royal biographer Penny Junor suggested Meghan, who starred in TV legal drama "Suits", might revive her acting career, given the demand and fees she could command.

The statement - and a new official Sussexroyal.com website - have thrown up important questions about funding for the couple's round-the-clock security, media access to their royal events and how they will pay for their future lifestyles.

Freddy Mayhew, editor of the Press Gazette, a newspaper industry trade publication, said the royal couple was aiming for a "much more controlled, much more private" approach to the media, drawing on Meghan's experience as a USA television star.

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